Stuzo has announced the public launch of Open Commerce SM Application Server and Command Center, the first and only agnostic platform to empower rapid delivery and real-time management of Digital Services and Experiences for Fuel and Convenience Retailers.
Open Commerce Application Server is a PCI DSS Level 1 Certified Compliant middleware that securely unifies and exposes best-in-class Digital Services from multiple vendors into one central point-of-interface via a public API to empower merchants and their vendors to rapidly and efficiently deliver connected commerce applications across digital channels.
Open Commerce Command Center is a web-based portal that centralizes and operationalizes the key functions and data of Digital Services from multiple vendors into one interface with dashboards and workflows that empower merchants to in real-time monitor, manage, and optimize mission-critical programs powered by multiple third-party services.
“We are thrilled to announce the public release of our Open Commerce Platform, which already has proven proof-of-performance with some of the largest fuel and convenience retail operators in the US,” said Gunter Pfau, Founder & CEO, Stuzo.
By unifying provider capabilities via one central middleware powering front end experiences across digital channels, and providing one central command center for the operationalization and optimization of mission-critical programs, Stuzo has solved the IT and marketing challenges of today while creating opportunity for rapid growth in digital, tomorrow.
“This release is over 18 months in the making, empowered by our significant investments in gathering insights on the digital capabilities and best-in-class partners (digital coupon platforms, payment processors, mobile wallets, private label credit card providers, loyalty platform providers, private label debit card providers, identity and fraud management, site system and POS manufacturers, etc.) of the top 100 Fuel and Convenience retailers, and our work in delivering mobile and digital commerce solutions for leading merchants,” Pfau continued. “Our investments and clients guided us towards the need for an agnostic platform that integrates leading service providers into one central microservices based middleware – the Open Commerce Application Server – and delivers a central management portal – the Open Commerce Command Center – for the operationalization and real-time optimization of mission-critical programs that are powered by multiple third-party services.”